ABU DHABI – Bell-Boeing will conduct additional flight tests of the V-22’s forward-firing capability later this year as part of a Marine Corps exercise. The consortium’s Advanced Tactical Tilt Rotor (ATTR) testbed – an MV-22 Osprey leased from the Marine Corps to test new capabilities for the V-22 fleet – will take part in Exercise Talon Reach, which tests infantry officers. It is usually held on the West Coast in the fall. The aircraft was invited to ...

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